Foundations Asheville is a young adult transition community located in the mountains of North Carolina.
The program serves young adults age 18-24 who are looking to acquire the tools to make the transition from adolescence to life as an independent adulthood. Foundations helps young adults aspire to find meaning, direction, relationships, and self-reliance in their lives.
At Foundations, we strive to create a full and rewarding life through an individualized combination of education, vocation training, community service, healthy lifestyle skill, relationship building, and participation in a genuine community of peers.
The young adults served by Foundations Asheville come to the program with a wide variety of experience and a myriad of goals, but are interested in actively working toward a greater degree of independence in their daily lives.
Our team partners with young adults to establish viable goals. Then, we work side-by-side with the each individual to support and encourage the realization of those goals.
Many times, young adults come to us with a belief system rooted in self-doubt. They don’t believe that they can be successful or they don’t believe they have what it takes to step up. At Foundations, we help to create successful moments for these young adults in incremental ways to show them they are capable. We allow them to take small steps so that they can bite off what they can chew and build upon these steps in a supportive environment.
We try to focus on 6 focus area for our students at Foundations. These 6 areas include financial management, academic & career growth, social integration, personal health, functional living skills, and hobbies & interests. You can see focus areas below and what they are centered around.
We provide opportunities for our students to grown in a therapeutic setting whether it’s individually or in group.
Admissions Contact Name: Zac Beyers